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Divide the spinach and mushrooms onto 4 plates. Next, portion the mandarin oranges out onto the plates of spinach. Crumble feta cheese onto the tops of the mandarin salad before sprinkling the chopped walnuts over the finished salad. Drizzle the low fat raspberry vinaigrette over the tops of each just before serving.

This recipe makes 4 servings. Nutrition Information Calories: 220 Total Fat:11 g. Mix vinegar, sugar, water, butter, and salt together in a saucepan; bring to a boil.

Cook and stir until sugar dissolves and mixture is bubbling, about 1 minute. This is a beautiful tossed salad with spinach, romaine, and mandarin oranges with a sweet, sour, slightly spicy dressing. To top it all off, glazed sliced almonds. I first made this in culinary school, and I have made it many times. It is great for entertaining.

The mandarin oranges’ color just pops against the greens. Time includes chill time for the dressing. FOR THE SALAD: 2 bags Baby Spinach, 6 Ounce Bags 1 whole Red Onion, Thinly Sliced 2 cans Mandarin Oranges, Drained (11 Ounce Cans). In large bowl, combine spinach, celery and green onions. Just before serving, add almonds and orange segments.

Toss gently. Pour dressing over salad and toss. P.S.I always double the amount of almonds because they really add a wonderful flavour to the saladand because some mysteriously disappear before they make it to the salad!In a skillet, cook and stir the almonds and sugar over medium heat until sugar is melted and almonds are coated. Spread on foil to cool completely.

In a large salad bowl, combine the romaine, spinach, celery and onions. Add oranges and sugared almonds. Delicious; Made with fresh baby spinach, mandarin oranges, strawberries, and raspberry vinaigrette dressing, this easy recipe will delight the taste buds with bursts of tangy and sweet flavors.

Spinach is a vitamin powerhouse and offers a terrific. Arrange spinach leaves on a large platter or individual salad plates. Top with mandarin sections and chopped red onion.

Whisk together marmalade and vinegar. Orange Chicken Spinach Salad. 270 calories per serving. For a salad with refreshing color and crunch, we toss chicken and spinach with mandarin oranges and red onion, then splash everything with a tangy vinaigrette. —Jean Murawski, Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan. And by putting mandarin oranges in a simple salad–my kids get excited about eating salad!

Mandarin Orange Salad. This simple salad is made with a delicate spring mix, juicy mandarin oranges, tart dried cranberries and a fresh citrus dressing. This salad is EVERYTHING I crave when I want something light and fresh, yet full of flavor.

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• Spinach Strawberry Salad: 2 cups spinach, ½ ounce chopped pecans, ¼ cup sliced strawberries, 2 tablespoons light balsamic vinaigrette (185 calories).

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  • There are so many weight loss methods, Keto, Intermittent fasting, Extended fasting, just do regular exercise like ffs. So many options yet many are so vastly different and tell you to do the exact opposite of what the others say, Eat bacon and REAL FATS, don’t eat berries or bananas, NVM EAT BANANAS DON’T EAT BACON or butter or literally anything, How about I just drink a bottle of Wine and stick the cork up my A$$, Only eat every second day and start with lunch only no breakfast for the first little bit, then don’t eat on the first day period. There another method created lol.

  • I changed the 180 to 200 cause my oven doesn’t go that low but the chicken came out still pink after the 25 minutes… still great lunch ideas either way

  • I just found this recipe a couple of weeks ago!!  Don’t know how I missed it, but now that it’s been discovered I have made it three times in two weeks.  Sooooo delicious and full of flavor, I took this to a ladies luncheon and they ALL ask for the recipe just like you said.  I sent them all to your channel to find this one and all the marvelous others you have shared, thanks Jen!

  • Hi person scrolling through the comments if you are trying to be healthy that’s good but losing weight to be healthy good! Losing weight to be you “dream goal” will always turn into your not enough.

  • I liked, subscribed and shared your channel today. The food looks yummy and easy to make. Thanks so much for your hard work. Here’s to a healthier me in 2020!����������‍♀️

  • thanks for the recipe ideas. i tried one & loved it so much. im not trying to become vegan or anything but i hate meat with salads.

  • for a dressing: peanut butter, hoisin, soy sauce, honey, and vinegar
    For toppings: spinach, endives, cherry tomatoes, avocado, toasted nuts, pepper, chicken, cucumbers, poppy seeds, or chia seeds, shredded onion.
    for chicken Marinade: soy sauce, honey, garlic, onion

  • If I wanted to be healthy I would do it the way that makes me happy witches not eat food that looks like it doesn’t taste delicious Fuck you and your healthiness

  • It looks really yummy and full pack of flavors. I’m really happy I found @t as this helped me a lot in my weight loss journey in addition to my eating habits. I hope this will help others as well!

  • just made the 1st salad minus the pair, and just just italian dressing to replace the home made dressing and lord it was delicious.

  • For weight loss, diet is important as well as physical activity as it helps in burning tons of calories. For more such diet tips you can ask your queries on our page @missbellydietexpert FB Page or Download the app https://land.ly/medicalwale

  • The first salad tastes like shit so don’t really try it. The second one is fried chicken and buffalo sauce and if you know anything about being healthy, it’s not that. The third one tastes good without strawberries like why did you have to put strawberries buzzfeed tf? And for the late one… it’s good.

  • Question, are these recipes good for lunch at work? As in I either meal prep these for the week or make them over night and don’t eat em til the next day? Thanks

  • I think I could devour that entire bowl, it looks so tasty. I wanted to ask how much of the dressing you would use for that large bowl…just a trickle so the leaves glisten..or slightly more? I think I will make it at Christmas time as it’ll be a perfect summer salad (in Australia) to go with the king prawns on the bbq! Thanks for sharing:-)

  • Why does everything healthy I look for has avocado in it? I don’t have avocado where I live. Even if I find it, it would cost me fortune.

  • the complaints about it not being healthy are annoying. You obviously don’t have to strictly follow each step. And the first salad was a quick sear.  It looks delicious. It was not fried. Bake it, poach it, and shut up. OR… do your own recipes.

  • Calorie counts are pretty disingenuous you prepare one serving of chicken but two or three servings of dressing, and don’t specify how much to use. If you used all of the dressing in any of those recipes you’d have to tack on an extra 200+ calories.

  • The most important thing I like on Buzzfeed tasty videos is their background music’s….The background music’s those are used in their videos are so catchy and good to listen… I wish they would make a playlist of their BGM’s ���������� And the most irritating thing of their cooking is using spinach in every single recipe….I guess if they can they would add spinach in desert dishes too ����������

  • I have to try the strawberry one. Good job on all though.
    I am going to add more Greek yogurt than mayo so I can have more dressing.

  • Hi Jen this is Tatyana, just wanted to say this salad is so good! Lily shared the recipe with me and today I made my own dressing, watched the video too! Thanks for sharing!

  • I didn’t see anything that I’d truly love so I made my own recipe:
    Chickpea,pepper, shredded carrot, paprika olive oil (bake)
    Add to iceberg lettuce,corn and caramelised onions
    Finally add a tiny bit of hummus

  • Man I never learn, I always end up reading the comments and it always kills the mood, even more on salads/health/diet videos. If you don’t like it just don’t click on the damn videos, watch it, then comment on it. I was happily looking at ideas for salads that aren’t depressing tasteless wastes, and then you get all the vegans and misinformed health “experts” pushing their ideas and views on you. Ugh.

  • Im sorry but you need a personal shef for these recepies as some one who spends most of my free time in the gym these recepies are a no for me

  • Loved this salad I sub canned mandarin for fresh I sub white sugar with the nuts for raw brown sugar I sub the sugar in the dressing for honey I also added regular mustard with the dry not too much the thing is the honey and the mustard causes the dressing to stay together and I used grape seed oil or a very light extra virgin olive oil But I did this after I tired your version and loved it

  • Fantastic! Salads look enticing, and I love that you showed us how to make 5 salads in 5 minutes. Thank you very much; I will look forward to more videos ;. )

  • I did what you said to do at 1:07 with pumpkin seeds, but it seems that 10 minutes at 190 C is too much. I now have a half a cup of coal. Its not tasty:/

  • Hi Jen!
    Well, I’m making your ” not your mamma’s potato salad, the spinach salad and my husbands ” get out of town chicken salad. Were having our wonderful neighbors from 30 years ago over for lunch. Our boys were great buds at age 6 and 8. Now in their late 30’s 40’s!
    I love spicy food, and your recipe’s really hit the mark!
    Thank you for all you do. As I said before I’m 63 but I’m learning so much from you.
    I loved your witness video the other day. You are really helping others so much to fine the Lord, just by your humble witness!

    I’m cleaning like you do, but it does take time to get it down. I forget things I should clean, but I usually go back and do it. I think of it as the ” star of the week”! Kitchen, then bathrooms or whoever is up for detailed cleaning.
    It’s amazing with having my company there is very little extra to do. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

  • I make my salad using:
    Makdoones (the greeny thing)
    Feta cheese
    Tomato
    A bit of olives
    You can dress it with lemon too!
    Edit: if your allergic to any of these,dont make it or try another one!

  • This is a very nice and beautiful salad.. I will make sure to get all the ingredients to make for lunch. Thanks so much for sharing.

  • Lovely salads…. I pack this for lunch every night but by next day lunch time the salad gets very watery…:( don’t know what to do

  • Great recipe!  We love ranch dressing, but I was looking for a replacement for the bottled kind because of all the additives.  I did not have any onion powder, so I subbed dried chives and it was so good!

  • Those were fantastic! I would have to use something to replace all of that very fattening olive oil, but otherwise great and looks so good.

  • Chickpea salads are quite popular in countries like Pakistan, they’re snacks which are extremely delicious and healthy with a blend of spices and various types of same dish!

  • Salads look great. But in most of the videos I’ve seen, the amount of olive oil used to cook (on fire!) Is too high. It is known that olive oil should be used in the kitchen for cold cooking! otherwise in the presence of heat, it becomes extremely unhealthy! and leaving aside this aspect, too much oil! the salad should be a kind of light, not with 999 kilo of oil! just saying……the same thing I noticed when it comes to cheese, chedar, mozarella. I mean, they’re very fat foods. They are tasty and I can not remove them from my own diet, but fat… the bad kind of fat!

  • I use a little more than a trickle:). I usually serve the salad with the dressing on it and leave the extra dressing on the side in case someone wants more of it. This recipe makes a lot of dressing so if you are making a big salad there will be plenty of dressing. Your Christmas dinner sounds so good! Thanks for watching!

  • I love salad and these were all spinach based salads and my family have a thing about eating raw spinach so maybe lettuce? Or no leafy thingy?

  • Thank you! I have been making each of this salads and I love it! I do not miss meat or carbs….so good to stay in shape and healthy and not hungry.

  • Check out my eggplant/tomatoe salad:)
    it’s called “Zaâlouk” and it’s a Moroccan recipe
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvSy5B0CPCM&t=3s

  • I so love poppyseeds but I can’t use them as hubby’s job has random drug screens and poppyseeds cause you to test positive for opium. I miss my poppyseed muffins! -Pam